Spooling reels

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7 years 6 months ago #4215 by mrbicknell
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what way does the line have to come off the new spool to prevent line twist? I'm thinking the line needs to come off the right hand side?

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7 years 6 months ago #4217 by Gavfish
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I do it so they line comes off the top of the spool. Get someone else to put a pencil through the hole in the spool and then hold the spool tightly in place so as you wind it onto the spool it goes on tightly with the line coming off the top of the spool.
Hope this helps always done alright for me. ;)

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7 years 6 months ago #4220 by mrbicknell
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yeah cheers mate

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7 years 6 months ago #4228 by argos starter matt
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I put my new spool in a bucket of warm water for a few minutes first, then wind it onto my reels under a slight bit of tension. The warm water relaxes the mono and stops any memory retention (big curls) on the line.

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7 years 5 months ago #4339 by walker911
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awesome..cheers

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7 years 5 months ago #4350 by Darkcarper
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argos starter matt wrote: I put my new spool in a bucket of warm water for a few minutes first, then wind it onto my reels under a slight bit of tension. The warm water relaxes the mono and stops any memory retention (big curls) on the line.

Thats the way to do it never had a problem doing it that way.....

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7 years 5 months ago #4353 by adam_v
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i use the warm water way also if it does line twist just wack a gardner twister on and chuck it for all your life up the lake when winding in it apines in the water and takes the twists out

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7 years 2 months ago #4840 by kankn
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Darkcarper wrote:

argos starter matt wrote: I put my new spool in a bucket of warm water for a few minutes first, then wind it onto my reels under a slight bit of tension. The warm water relaxes the mono and stops any memory retention (big curls) on the line.[/quote
Thats the way to do it never had a problem doing it that way.....


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